Broward High Schools

Last week’s best Broward high school performances

TEAMS OF THE WEEK

Led by Derry Costigan (19 assists), Allison Marble (eight kills, two digs) and Brooke Bauer (15 kills) the St. Thomas Aquinas girls’ volleyball team beat rival Tampa Plan in three sets for its second consecutive Class 7A state title.

Bailey Pearlman had 15 kills, Sarah Martin added 14 kills, 23 assists, and six digs and Kassie Akouri-Tejedor had a team-high 27 assists as the Cardinal Gibbons girls’ volleyball team (25-7) outlasted Trinity Catholic in five set to win the Class 4A state title, its 20th state title overall.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

Mikiah Harrigan, Flanagan, girls’ basketball: The South Carolina commit had a game-high 29 points, 15 rebounds, six block and eight assists to lead the Falcons over Blanche Ely 70-61.

Ruben Michel, South Broward, boys’ soccer: Michel had the game-winning goal to lift the Bulldogs (5-0) over Cooper City 1-0.

Jerry Jeudy, Deerfield Beach, football: Jeudy caught 10 passes for 123 yards, including a pair of touchdowns, to lead the Bucks (10-1) over Plantation 17-14 in a Class 8A regional quarterfinal.

Mikiah Harrigan, Flanagan, girls’ basketball: The South Carolina commit had a game-high 29 points, 15 rebounds, six block and eight assists to lead the Falcons over Blanche Ely 70-61.

Amanda Perez, Archbishop McCarthy, girls’ soccer: Perez had two goals to lead the Mavericks (6-0) over Miami St. Brendan.

Jaxon Kincaide, St. Thomas Aquinas, football: Kincaide rushed for 149 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Raiders (9-1) over Royal Palm Beach 29-0 in a Class 7A regional quarterfinal.

Maley Hall, Douglas, girls’ soccer: Hall’s goal in the 55th minute held up as the Eagles (6-1) beat Cardinal Gibbons 1-0.

Kato Nelson, Flanagan, football: Nelson threw two touchdowns and ran for two additional scores to lead the Falcons (8-2) over Piper 39-0 in a 8A regional quarterfinal.

Alejandro Osorio, Hollywood Hills, boys’ soccer: Osorio had four goals to lead the Spartans over Archbishop McCarthy 6-4.

Cabria Lee, Northeast, girls’ basketball: Lee had a game-high 21 points to lead the Hurricanes over Douglas 63-48.

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